It was in Saint-James, a town in Normandy established by William the Conqueror in the 11th century and renowned for its extensive weaving and draping traditions, where the women acquired their yarns. In Saint-James, circa 1850, the Legallais family's spinning plant, Les Filatures de Saint-James, began producing the yarn for the fisherman sweater, fostering its popularity and transforming this regional expertise into a successful industry. To this day, the Saint James atelier and factory is still located in the small village of Saint James, (population: 3000) about 20 kilometers from Mont-Saint-Michel.
Louvelle's products bring a touch of glamour to women's travel and loungewear - classic designs with a bohemian twist.
Women's Classic Raincoats with a detachable hood that allow for both casual and conservative styling.
Phillip Ayers is an abstract artist whose work is now available as limited edition scarves in the finest Silk Georgette, Chiffon and Habotai.